I know there is a school of thought that wireless net cams are not suitable for "security" -- in my situation I'm just looking to house a small camera to monitor the parking area of my building. Unfortunately, I live in an apartment, and my unit is not adjacent to the parking lot, so running wires is not possible. Because I am not adjacent to the parking area, I have no line of sight to my garage space, and would like to wire up a small wireless camera hiddden in the corner so I could check in on the lot once in a while. I started looking at some of the Dlink products- and they have some impressive stuff (control pan/tilt/zoom remotely from the net!)-- but most of the extra features are not really useful for me... especially for $500. Instead I'm interested in resolution and low-light sensitivity. Also, to be honest, I don't even care about the "motion" aspect of the product-- I would happily settle for a camera which captured 3-10 frames per second at higher than 640x480 resolution and worked well in low light! But I was hoping for something with: 802.11 b or g wireless with WEP encryption (pref a unit I could manually join to a specific network and would only participate with that network). SOme sort of motion sense capture/email alert. Ability to remote monitor (access the camera IP from outside the house). Low light use, black and white is fine! Anyone dabble in these and know of any product that might meet my needs?